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Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America
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Founded in 2009, in Denver, Colorado, the Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America (MMAPA) has worked to raise awareness and remove the negative social stigma associated with a patient's choice in medicine, namely medical marijuana (WP). MMAPA is the nation's first alternative treatment Wikipedia:preferred provider organization (AT-PPO) whose mission is to make alternative treatment accessible and affordable for disabled veterans, hospice patients, and the indigent.
In early 2010, the MMAPA acquired and refurbished a 1968 Airstream Overlander International and launched Mobile Doctors of America (www.MDARX.org) to ensure patients had access to affordable physicians willing to recommend patients medical marijuana throughout Colorado. In February, 2010 CNN toured with the staff of MMAPA and MDARX to document this first of its kind, controversial service in Wikipedia:Salida, Colorado (http://mmapa.us/2011/cnn-report/) Later that year, MDARX was covered by Wikipedia:Saturday Night Live's "Wikipedia:In the News" segment hosted by Wikipedia:Seth Meyers.